The Treasure of Ulysses Davis: Sculpture from a Savannah Barbershop
By Susan Mitchell Crawley
The Treasure of Ulysses Davis accompanies an exhibition organized by the High Museum of Art, Atlanta. The definitive introduction to Davis’s work, the book features reproductions of 120 sculptures. Davis was a barber in Savannah, Georgia, who was also a self-taught woodcarver of remarkable talent. He created a body of highly refined sculpture that expresses his humor, dignity and deep faith.
Published by the High Museum of Art, Atlanta, in association with King-Tisdell Cottage Foundation of Savannah, Georgia, 2008
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